Spectacular, glamorous duplex penthouse perched on the 17th and 18th floors of a prewar doorman building with expansive views over the midtown skyline. Famed designer John Barman has meticulously renovated and designed every inch of this fabulous apartment. The residence is custom made for elegant entertaining. A private elevator vestibule leads to a grand gallery. A 35 foot living room and dining room has a wall of arched doors leading onto a gorgeous planted terrace. There is a wet bar and a beautiful adjoining library with full bath. The library leads to a jaw dropping double height glass conservatory with inlaid marble floors and floor to ceiling glass, framing the stunning views west, north and south. The sun flooded kitchen is state of the art, and has an adjoining storage pantry, and maid's room with full bath. A sprawling master suite has two enormous walk-in closets, two bathrooms and a private wrap terrace to the south and east. An adjoining bedroom is currently used as a dressing room and office, and also has doors onto this private terrace. On the eighteenth floor, a large bedroom with fourteen-foot ceilings and full bath leads to gorgeous private enormous rooftop terrace with sweeping views north, east and south. This incredible residence also offers two maids rooms off the lobby, and additional storage space. 400 East 59th Street is a full service pre-war cooperative conveniently located near Sutton Place. Maintenance charges include electric and basic cable and the building allows 75% financing.